A fixed rate is a system of accruing interest in which the loan payments will be calculated at an unchanging interest rate for the entire term of the loan. That is, the borrower receives the amount at a specific interest rate, which is prescribed in the contract and does not change during the loan period.
The property pledged as collateral under the loan must be necessarily evaluated
A non recourse loan is a secured loan (in which the collateral is most often real estate) which has a very important feature. If the borrower fails to fulfill his obligations under the loan agreement, he is liable to the lender only to the extent of the collateral, even if its value is less than the amount of the borrower's obligations to the lender.
And that is why it is called a secured loan
APR or annual percentage rate is the sum of the monthly interest rates listed in the terms of your loan agreement. For example, if the interest rate is 3%, the annual percentage rate would be 3*12=36%. Therefore, the lower the APR, the lower the monthly interest rate will be.
In case the borrower does not fulfill his/her obligations or does not fulfill them to the full extent, the corresponding debt is to be repaid at the expense of the collateral. Collateral can be represented by residential and non-residential real estate, motor vehicles, precious metals, securities, etc.